Today on IRC, I was asked how someone new to the project can get started working on Jenkins, when s/he has no particular preference or pet-peeve.
This is a good question for which the project should have a canned answer ready, so here is one approach — adopt a plugin!
Often, a Jenkins plugin gets developed by someone to scratch his own itch. That person shares...
At the first Bay Area Hackathon in mid-2009, the topic du jour was "pre-tested commits." As potential implementations of the concept were discussed over burgers from Brickhouse in downtown San Francisco, we realized as a group a few things: first, those burgers were delicious, but more importantly: pre-testing commits is very-SCM dependent and involves a lot of moving parts. One of the positive changes...
After Hudson got some major publicity at PyCon Atlanta 2010 I haven't been as quick as I would have liked with Python-related posts and tutorials. I use Hudson to build and test a number of pure Python modules and C extensions across numerous Python versions (covering 2.4 - 3.1). For most beginners, or those simply looking to get started with Python on Hudson, starting...
A few weeks ago our fearless leader Kohsuke Kawaguchi joined the San Francisco Java Users Group to talk about continuous integration with Hudson. Thanks to Marakana for organizing the meetup, and Aleksandar Gargenta for posting the video and slides, embedded below.
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In this post I'll show a very basic tips on how to compile an Android project using Hudson. Specifically how I use Hudson to create release versions of my apps.
Debug vs Release
I'm assuming that you are using Eclipse with the ADT plugin. During development you can test your app on the emulator or a device and resources like R.java and aidl files are...
We all know that keeping important files in version control is critical, as it ensures problematic changes can be reverted and can serve as a backup mechanism as well. Code and resources are often kept in version control, but it can be easy to forget your continuous integration (CI) server itself! If a disk were to die or fall victim to a misplaced rm...
Jenkins will be represented at cdCon organized by the Continuous Delivery Foundation.
We will have multiple talks and a Birds of Feather session there.
The Jenkins Contributor Summit brings together current and future contributors to the Jenkins project.
The summit brings together community members to learn, meet, and help shape the future of Jenkins.
Jenkins will be represented at the DevOps World conference.
There will be community and Continuous Delivery Foundation tracks,
and many talks from Jenkins practitioners.